How It Works

Each piece of Outletics equipment is designed for maximum impact, providing the most efficient workout possible through simple, ergonomic movements.
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Abdominal Bench

Sculpt the core through a traditional sit-up motion. Increase difficulty with pulses, movement restrictions, or timed intervals.

Airwalker

Allows for frictionless, in-place cardio at any speed. Simulate a brisk walk or a moderate jog, without over-stressing the hip, knee, and ankle joints.

Balance Wheels

Positioned to aid coordination, balance, and body control. Rotational force allows for a smooth, supported movement around shoulder and wrist joints.

Crosstrainer

Dive into an effortless traditional cardio workout while avoiding excess knee and ankle stress.

Dips

Improve general upper body strength, focusing on the chest, triceps, back, and core in one simple movement.

Lumbar Massager

Ease tension in and around the lower back, relaxing the muscles in the lumbar region. Gentle, repeated movements minimize stress in the body.

Pull-Down

Targets lats and pectoral muscles. Recreate the motion of more cumbersome indoor gym equipment. Engineered to improve posture while preventing risk of strain on the joints.

Pull-Up Bar

Build strength in the upper body in a multitude of grasps and variations. Challenges the shoulders, back and arms.

Push-Up Bars


Ideal for warmups before endurance sessions, and cooldowns at the end of your workout. These bars are also a great choice for push-up and plank sessions.

Rower

Designed for definitive physical conditioning, this machine tones multiple lower and upper body muscles with each movement.

Shoulder Wheel

The ideal warmup exercise for the upper body. A safer path to extended flexibility, expanding range of motion.

Surf

A proven cardio workout that tests oblique and abdominal strength through rapid, side-to-side movement.

Twister

A strength-building tool for toning the abs and core, gradually expanding waist-level flexibility through an aerobic workout.